View from the North. Note the truncated chimney which wraps around the nearest corner.
View of the steam mill building from the bridge across the barge docks in front of the old water mill. Note the northern waterwheel housing just beyond the dock and the temporary blue tarpaulin which was covering the exposed end of the boiler when this photo was taken. Most of this side of the steam mill was the end wall of a granary store of the main water mill and was therefore an internal wall.
The Woolf 'Egg-ended' 40psi Elephant boiler. The beam engine is alongside to the right. The chimney (now truncated) is at the far end. The opening around the boiler has now been enclosed with wood boarding.
Wentworth 12hp steam engine
The flywheel on the drive shaft in the engine room and the hursting in the adjoining spout room.
The wallower gear at the base of the hursting. The hozontal drive shaft from the beam engine enters the room though a hole in the dividing wall just above the floor.
The edge of the Great Spur Wheel and one of the Stone Gears, above the Tendering mechanism which adjusts the gap between the runner and nether millstones,